Many runners experience muscle soreness after their runs. The soreness or stiffness usually happens between 12 and 36 hours afterwards. This is called Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Read on to find out why it happens and what to do if it happens to you.
Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness is usually caused by making an increase in your running distance or how intense you run.
11 Jul 2017
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Running a road race is a great way for runners to test themselves as they go along. Newer runners can test their fitness levels - seasoned runners can try new and longer distances. Road races are great for keeping you motivated with your running by setting and achieving racing goals. However there are other reasons to run a road race. Here are a few of my favorites.
10 Jul 2017
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Many women today are very active and are into a wide array of activities like jogging, high impact aerobics, and other sports and this has created the need for more supportive bras which led to the creation of the sports bras that are so in demand today.